Having enjoyed success on Tour in 2014 the FootJoy DryJoys Casual enters 2015 on a high with five new colours to choose from.
Launched in 2014 to represent the next generation of spikeless golf shoe, the DryJoy Casual's mix of performance and innovation has seen wins on the feet of Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen and, most recently, Alexander Levy in the 2014 Portugal Masters.
The world's best players will only wear something that will help their game and the DryJoy Casuals mix of super-soft Pittard leather uppers and cutting edge lightweight Fine-Tuned Foam technology provides the combination of stability, traction and control that enhances performance.
The 2015 generation of DryJoy Casual will maintain the traditional look but boast a wider range of colours to appeal to golfers of all ages and abilities.
Russell Lawes, FootJoy Marketing Manager, explains both the success and appeal of the shoe:
DryJoys Casual has been received warmly by some of the world’s very best players, being put into play during Major Championships and the most prestigious events on both the European and PGA Tours. Such is the performance of this shoe that it offers tremendous stability, despite having a spikeless outsole, and extreme comfort. For these reasons, its success since making its first appearance a year ago isn’t surprising.
The new DryJoys Casual will be available to buy from January 2015 with an RRP of £130 in the five colour options shown below:
You can read our FootJoy DryJoys Casual review here